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09-Jul-2017 02:30

But the House, where the the national budget bill originates, is quite dysfunctional at the moment because of its super-focus on the Senate impeachment trial.

Because government is largely leaderless, it’s common to resort to the blame game. Mitos Magsaysay has opined that the chair of the House committee on energy (and vice chair of the powerful appropriations committee), the super-powerful Batanes Rep.

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CJ asserts that in Tampa, Florida, he stayed a few times in the past in the home of a family friend whom he identified as Dr.Teddy Casino recently noted, because the second President Aquino has “noynoyed” the problem of energy.He has preferred to focus on prosecuting his political enemies rather than to sit down with his energy advisers and see how the power crisis can be solved with the least disturbance to the economy.But it’s a well-known fact that when a leader has to stress that he’s “in control,” HE’S NOT IN CONTROL. What’s happening is that images of the crippling 12-hour brownouts in the last years of President Cory Aquino in Malacanang are being conjured, and because there’s no effective leadership, there’s a lot of buck-passing and blaming going on.Now both chambers of Congress are debating on the issue of granting him emergency powers to handle the power crisis, but P-Noy doesn't need emergency powers as he has strong backing especially in the House. Unfortunately for Energy Secretary Jose Rene Almendras, he’s being made the “fall guy,” as Bayan Muna Rep.

CJ asserts that in Tampa, Florida, he stayed a few times in the past in the home of a family friend whom he identified as Dr.Teddy Casino recently noted, because the second President Aquino has “noynoyed” the problem of energy.He has preferred to focus on prosecuting his political enemies rather than to sit down with his energy advisers and see how the power crisis can be solved with the least disturbance to the economy.But it’s a well-known fact that when a leader has to stress that he’s “in control,” HE’S NOT IN CONTROL. What’s happening is that images of the crippling 12-hour brownouts in the last years of President Cory Aquino in Malacanang are being conjured, and because there’s no effective leadership, there’s a lot of buck-passing and blaming going on.Now both chambers of Congress are debating on the issue of granting him emergency powers to handle the power crisis, but P-Noy doesn't need emergency powers as he has strong backing especially in the House. Unfortunately for Energy Secretary Jose Rene Almendras, he’s being made the “fall guy,” as Bayan Muna Rep.Henedina Abad of the Abad Trinity in government, does not have a firm grasp of the energy problem.